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During the War of 1812, the U.S. tasks Captain James Marshall to sail through the British blockade and bring back a French loan in gold but the secret leaks out and many greedy hands, including the mutinous crew's, are after the gold.
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Seaman Edward Jones: Edward Jones.
Lt. Vaughan: You were born in Liverpool, weren't you?
Seaman Edward Jones: Aye, but I'm an American! I've lived in Boston for over twenty...
Lt. Vaughan: Born British, forever British. That's His Majesty's law!
During the early discussion on how to get the gold to America, the question is asked why the the French can't bring it, and somebody says that Britain and France are not at war. He clearly hadn't heard of the Peninsula War then raging in Spain.